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Spider-Man to keep swinging in Marvel's movie universe

Reuters Friday, 27 September 2019
Spider-Man, the popular web-slinging superhero currently played by actor Tom Holland, will headline a new movie in 2021 and appear in a future Marvel Studios film under a deal announced Friday by Sony Corp and Walt Disney Co .
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